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Category: Under garments

Under garments, together with underwear, were the base of clothes. They were worn universally, the only difference was the quality of cut and cloth, which depended on the status of the wearer. They were rather comfortable and practical, because they served mainly as a house wear and work wear. Medieval men's under garments consist of a separate hose (or a joined hose in the later period), a doublet and in case of women a simple cote.

Products quantity: 10


Doublet


This is the first type of a doublet. The basquine is longer then in the later type of doublet and reaches the buttocks. There is also a possibility to order a doublet which is fastened with ...

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 109.00 EUR


Early separate hose


There are holes in the front for lacing up. In the average and high standards, they are with linen lining and with full foot. In economic version, the separate hose has stapes and is without lining. T...

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 69.00 EUR


Joined hose


These are separate hoses joined with a gore. They are without lining and with full foot in average and high standards. In economic version, joined hose has stapes. Attention: we DO NOT do the holes be...

Century: XV

PRICE from: 87.00 EUR


Late Doublet


It is a later type of doublet. The basquine is short and reaches only about hips. In our standard, the doublet is laced with five seperate laces. It is made from wool with linen lining. Can have puffe...

Century: XV

PRICE from: 107.00 EUR


Late separate hose


The separate hose is laced – up in three places (attention: we DO NOT do the holes, because it requires trying on with the doublet). In the average and high standards, they are with linen lining...

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 67.00 EUR


Men's cotte type 1


A cotte is a loose men's garment. It has a cut in front and at the back, long sleeves, the length reaching half-calf, without the lining. A cotte was worn in 13th and in early 14th c....

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 93.00 EUR


Men's cotte type 2


A cotte is a loose men's garment, let out from the waist by gussets. A cotte has a cut in front and at the back, long sleeves, the length until half-calf, it's made with a lining....

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 157.00 EUR


Men's cotte type 3


Loose subjacent men's garment let out from the waist downwards with gores (in the front and in the back). Long sleeves. The cotte is half calf long and it is without a lining. It was worn in the 13th ...

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 107.00 EUR


Skjoldehamn trousers


Simple viking trousers, long, linen. Made of two pieces of fabric and a strap which holds the trousers at the waist. The trousers are made of two pieces of linen, slightly narrowing to the bottom. ...

Century: X, XI

PRICE from: 50.00 EUR


Skjoldehamn tunic


A simple vikings' tunic made of wool or linen with no lining. It has four gussets widening it from the waist. Gussets at armpits allow free movement. The tunic is made of wool or linen, it has a li...

Century: X, XI

PRICE from: 105.00 EUR





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